Hello ladies and gentlemen!
Hope you’re all well, today I have a fun post for you all!
Its no secret that I love Spotify. Heck, quite a few of my recent posts have been dedicated to my Spotify, my playlists and the changes I’ve been making to them, especially during the last few months of isolation.
It’s also no secret that I’m a sucker for some good Spotify statistics. Anything that can give me a reflection of my listening habits, what I’m spending my time on, who I’m spending it with, I love it. Of course, you have the annual Spotify Wrapped, which I’ve blogged about every year since it’s inception. Then you also have Festify, a lesser known one that collates your listening habits over a variety of time periods, and creates your very own personalised ‘festival lineup’. That one is definitely fun.
However, one of my favourites has and always will be, Visualify. It was one of the first alternatives to the Spotify Wrapped-style statistic provider, in that, as the name suggest, it’s entirely visual. It crunched down your listening habits and showed you your most listened to artists and songs over a period of time and presented it to you in a way that was just … *chef’s kiss*.
And then the site crashed, and we lost access to it for a little while, until today I discovered – it’s back!
So, what better way to celebrate it’s return than with another Visualify Update? I don’t think I’ve ever seen my listening habits over a period of time, so accurately depicted. I’ve been listening to some tasty, tasty tunes my friends.